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Old 09-22-2010, 01:47 AM
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Default Importing session data in PT 8.1

When I import session data, I get ovarlapping busses etc. Say, I have Bus 1-2 in the session already and when I import a track that has Bus 1-2 on it as well, I end up having Bus 1-2 and Bus 1-2 (1). So I have to check the I/O setup and fix the overlapping busses to get them work.

In previous Pro Tools versions this was different (and simple). Is there a way to import session data without getting "additional" busses?
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Default Re: Importing session data in PT 8.1

Yeah I finally got rid of DSP shuffling now every import causes I/O shuffling.
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